By: Stephen Cirino Editor: Taylor Davies Session No. 1 is a platform dedicated to supporting, promoting, and uplifting young, local, and upcoming artists through live concerts, shows, networking events, and more! Session No. 1’s main goal is to create safe spaces for artists of all
By Taylor Davies Photo by Kiara Laserna Meet America Loves Me America Loves Me started in the summer of 2019. I had fallen into an indefinite hiatus with my band, Fox Memorial, and I was eager to start writing again. I created America Loves Me and
By Taylor Davies Rubber is a Philly-based writing/producing duo developed by Andrew Loper and John Della Franco during their time studying at Temple University in 2017. Since then, Rubber has released their debut EPs Rubber Baby and Buggy Bumpers, along with a series of singles, serving as
By: Olivia Paranich & Mackenzie Markstein Editor: Taylor Davies Hey everyone! My name is Olivia and I host The Pod with Mackenzie! We had the opportunity to ask Pops Tuna a few questions about inspiration, David Dobrik, and local bands. Check it out!
By Taylor Davies Hayley Dare I took guitar and piano lessons as a child, but I refused to practice, so my parents withdrew me from lessons and I ended up teaching myself those instruments in middle school. I started singing when I was about ten, though. Every
By Taylor Davies Vinyl Side B is the artist name of Joe LaPree, a 21-year-old Philadelphia-area musician who is trying to make a name for himself as a musical artist and creative for whoever will listen, whilst studying finance at Drexel University. Having been influenced all of
Obsidian Studios is a new record label and recording studio in South Philadelphia, representing artists from the greater Northeast U.S. and employing sound engineers from all over the country. They opened the studio for production in mid 2020 and have had artists recording every hour of every day since. Obsidian
By Taylor Davies Meet Holidaykiss My desire to pursue music started in elementary school when I started playing rhythm games like “Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan!” and “Rhythm Heaven”. Playing those games on the bus ride home every day from school was super instrumental to me finding interest